All posts tagged with "Project Design & Implementation"
Project design is the process by which USAID defines how it will achieve a result or set of results in a CDCS or other strategic framework to ensure that efforts are complementary and aligned in support of the strategy.
Evaluation syntheses are analytic reviews of evaluations that aggregate findings from evaluation reports and/or examine the quality of the evaluations reviewed. This Discussion Note, Making Evidence Accessible through Evaluation Synthesis, focuses on two common types of... read more
This is the second blog post on what Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance (DRG) can learn from market systems. The first post looked at the practice of market segmentation. I believe a lot of programming around DRG can borrow from market systems facilitation approaches.... read more
USAID’s Bureau for Economic Growth, Education and Environment (E3) Office of Forestry and Biodiversity is now accepting submissions for a case study competition on biodiversity integration across USAID’s portfolio. Cases may include biodiversity programming with multiple... read more
These short documents, generated by the USAID Forestry and Biodiversity Office and its Measuring Impact initiative, provide a simple reference for USAID activity managers, and implementing partners to organize an efficient Activity Start-up phase, with an emphasis... read more
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The USAID's Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning activity conducted two events of training on Theory of Change and Logical Framework Approach to the Mission and implementing partners (IPs) staff in July 2018. The MEL activity is pleased to share the presentation slides... read more
This case details internal and external collaboration in the Community Health and Improved Nutrition (CHAIN) Project (2014-2019) implemented in Rwanda. CHAIN is a multi-sectoral nutrition project designed to address health and nutrition disparities that affect Rwandans.... read more
We tend to think about poor people in a one-dimensional way (poor people are poor because they don’t have money), which results in program interventions that address only the financial needs of people but do not improve their resilience. This lesson encourages reflection... read more
USAID Training: Winning USAID Contracts Workshop. The three-day workshop will cover all critical steps of winning a USAID contract: budget, research, preparation, field assessment, milestones, technical and cost proposals and discussions. Relevant FAR and AIDAR... read more
These materials are intended to provide some ideas on possible ways to structure documents and processes associated with conducting Applied Political Economy Analysis, including:a sample statement of worknote-taking and analysis templatesan illustrative report... read more
On this page: What is it? | How do I get started? | Important Tips What is it? USAID’s work takes place in environments that are often unstable and in transition. Even in more stable contexts, circumstances evolve and may affect programming in unpredictable ways.... read more
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